Researchers at Powdermill Nature Reserve observe rare gynandromorph bird

Researchers at Powdermill Nature Reserve observe rare gynandromorph bird containing both male and female characteristics
[Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 28, 2020] — Researchers at Powdermill Nature Reserve, Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s environmental research center in Rector, PA, caught and banded a rare Rose-breasted Grosbeak gynandromorph on September 24, 2020. Gynandromorphs are genetically part male and part female, and in this case, that line runs roughly down the middle of the bird with male characteristics on the right and female on the left. …………….

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